For investors looking for more out of the way opportunities, Patterson suggests watching the Danish krone. "This is a currency in Europe that is pegged to the euro, but there is a lot of pressure on it. A lot of people are putting money into Denmark as a safe haven. It's not traded as frequently, it's not terribly liquid, but if Greece gets worse, Europe gets worse, that's a peg that might break and that currency could appreciate a lot. So don't take your eye off that one either."
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